Infobyte returns to OWASP APPSEC

Each month of 2016 has been an opportunity to grow and learn. We have been working, traveling and presenting Faraday (Our Integrated Multiuser Pentest Environment) around the globe.

November will not be an exception because we are travelling to Montevideo, Uruguay to participate in OWASP APPSEC RIO DE LA PLATA 2016, one of the best application security conferences in Latin America.


This year the event will take place, December 1st - 2nd, 2016 in Montevideo, Uruguay, bringing together more than 26 qualified speakers and first class experts who will showcase their research and innovative ideas on many topics related to software security.

¡If you go, you will find impressive trainings and talks shared by the best specialists! OWASP APPSEC is a reunion of Latin American leaders of Information Security where they will show advanced trends, making it a very special opportunity to learn and share together.

Our Chief Operating Officer, Martin Tartarelli, and one of our main Security Researchers, Alejandro Parodi, will give the main training on MOBILE SECURITY! ( December 1). In this course, you will be able to see the most-used mobile device attacks (based on OWASP Top 10 Mobile) in a practical format, with demonstrations and technical details to understand each failure and learn how to remedy them. It’s aimed for developers, technicians, security analysts, auditors, students and anyone enthusiastic about software and mobile security.

(Important: This training will offer an image of VirtualBox to carry out the practices, so you should bring your laptop if you want to participate in them).

At the same event, Alejandro also will present a talk on the second day about MOBILE SECURITY WARNINGS. It will be on December 2nd at 8:30 AM.

So, if you will be in Montevideo and love to know the best topics and trends in software security, we hope to see you there, to enjoy this impressive conference.

Montevideo, here we go!
The Best Application Security Conference in Latin America
1st - 2nd December 2016
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